In a Wall Street Journal Op-Ed, Shikha Dalmia cited the Mackinac Center's recent finding that Michigan's public-sector employees annually receive $5.7 billion more in benefits than their private-sector counterparts.

Property Rights Network Director Russ Harding was quoted in The Detroit News, opposing a bill mandating "green" driver's education courses. "Everyone, including me, is in favor of fuel efficiency and protecting the environment," Harding said. "But what bothers me is that this is another attempt by the government telling us how to live."

The Lansing State Journal cited Fiscal Policy Director Michael LaFaive on budget cuts.

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Senior Legislative Analyst Jack McHugh will present at the Association for Corporate Growth Detroit Chapter meeting, the Detroit Free Press notes.

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